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  • Major Israel-US rift over Washington plan to Tehran continue enriching uranium with sanctions relief

    11/07/2013 7:33:19 AM PST · by Dave346 · 5 replies
    Debkafile ^ | November 7, 2013, 10:12 AM (IDT)
    Israel announced early Thursday, Nov. 7, that it is utterly opposed to the new proposal for Iran’s nuclear program which the United States plans to put before the two-day Geneva conference beginning later today. Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu, when he met US Secretary of State John Kerry in Jerusalem Wednesday night, bitterly accused the Obama administration of yielding to the Russian-backed Iranian position. Should Tehran renege on the deal, the US proposal leaves it with the capacity for enriching enough weapons-grade uranium in 10 days to build several nuclear weapons. This US proposal calls for Iran to halt enrichment of...
  • Netanyahu: Compromising with Iran over nuclear program would be 'historic mistake'

    11/07/2013 8:10:35 AM PST · by Dave346 · 6 replies
    Haaretz ^ | Nov. 7, 2013 | 4:30 PM | Barak Ravid
    Prime minister rejects proposal asking Iran to halt its nuclear program for six months in exchange for temporary sanctions relief. GENEVA - Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu said in a conference in Jerusalem on Thursday that Israel completely rejects the proposal being discussed with Iran vis-ŕ-vis its nuclear program in Geneva. "It will be a historical mistake"', he said. A U.S. official in Geneva said Wednesday that the powers want Iran to halt its nuclear program for six months in exchange for temporary sanctions relief. Netanyahu said that accepting the compromise will allow Iran to continue developing its nuclear program. "The...